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24.12.2018
17:13 AzoRobotics.comNew Artificial Intelligence System Enables Accurate Diagnosis and Classification of Intracranial Hemorrhage

Using artificial intelligence, researchers from the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Radiology have created a new system to rapidly diagnose and define brain hemorrhages and also to...

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16:29 Gizmag Robot hand rocks a merry tune


Mimicking the complex movement of a human hand is not an easy task for roboticists. As well as multiple bones and joints, there are tendons, ligaments, muscles, nerves and more to try and match. Researchers from the University of Cambridge have looked at simplifying the design and cutting back on the programming required to control a robotic hand, and developed a piano-playing soft skeleton bot that rocks the keyboard.
.. Continue Reading Robot hand rocks a merry tune Category: Robotics Tags: Dexterity Piano Robot University of Cambridge

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15:36 InsideEVs.comVolkswagen I.D. Spends Christmas In Wolfsburg: Video

Volkswagen I.D. cannot wait for Christmas Volkswagen sends Christmas wishes in a new video with the I.D. at its Wolfsburg headquarters. Production should start in Zwickau in about one year and a fleet of prototypes entered the final stage of tests and developments. The first I.D. were demonstrated a week ago in South Africa. Gut verpackt, unser Geschenk […]

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07:37 TechInvestorNews.comWhy Has It Become Risky To Be An AI-Based Software Startup? (Janakiram MSV, Contributor/Forbes.com)

Janakiram MSV, Contributor / Forbes.comWhy Has It Become Risky To Be An AI-Based Software Startup? - The changing dynamics of the industry have made it extremely risky to be an independent software vendor or a startup in the cloud and AI market.The changing dynamics of the industry have made it extremely risky to be an independent software vendor or a startup in the cloud and AI ...

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05:51 CleanTechnica.comTesla News: Roadster Video, Model 3 In Germany, Gigafactory 3 In China

2019 is poised to be a breakout year for Tesla. The Model 3 is expected to become the best selling electric car in Germany and construction of the new Gigafactory 3 in China is already a year ahead of schedule

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23.12.2018
18:33 TechInvestorNews.comRPT-INSIGHT-Kill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment (Reuters: Company News)

Reuters: Company NewsRPT-INSIGHT-Kill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment - Millions of users of Amazons Echo speakers have grown accustomed to the soothing strains of Alexa, the human-sounding virtual assistant that can tell them the weather, order takeout and handle other basic tasks in response to a voice command. So a customer was shocked last year when Alexa blurted out: ...

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17:05 LiveScience.com10 Things We Learned About the Brain in 2018

The brain sculpts not only who we are but also the world that we experience. It tells us what to see, what to hear and what to say.

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15:59 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Gold nanoparticles could destroy prostate cancer

By coating nanoparticles with gold, researchers have successfully destroyed prostate cancer cells in people without damaging surrounding tissue.

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14:33 NewYork TimesSunday Routine: How Charles Nuttall, Nobel Prize-Winning Doctor and Part-Time Santa, Spends His Sundays

‘I never intended to grow up to look like Santa, but since it happened I’ve decided to make the most of it.’

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14:32 International Herald TribuneSunday Routine: How Charles Nuttall, Nobel Prize-Winning Doctor and Part-Time Santa, Spends His Sundays

‘I never intended to grow up to look like Santa, but since it happened I’ve decided to make the most of it.’

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02:54 InsideEVs.comWatch New Tesla Roadster Appear In Stunning “Tale Of Light” Video

A Tale Of  Light – Tesla Roadster 2020 The new Tesla Roadster is one beautiful car, but it needs a few years still before it will ultimately hit the market (hopefully in 2020, but you know Tesla has delays from time to time, right?). Filmmaker The Yazuki decided to sweetens the waiting period up by creating […]

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02:32 TechInvestorNews.comAmazons Fire TV can do more than stream videos: Impress your family with these tricks (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsAmazons Fire TV can do more than stream videos: Impress your family with these tricks - The Amazon Fire TV lets you order stuff from Amazon, browse the web, and much more. CNBCs Todd Haselton takes you through. ...

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01:06 CNBC technologyAmazon's Fire TV can do more than stream videos: Impress your family with these tricks

The Amazon Fire TV lets you order stuff from Amazon, browse the web, and much more. CNBC's Todd Haselton takes you through.

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22.12.2018
22:36 TechInvestorNews.com2018s Biggest Moments In AI (Artificial Intelligence) (Tom Taulli, Contributor/Forbes: Entrepreneurs)

Tom Taulli, Contributor / Forbes: Entrepreneurs2018s Biggest Moments In AI (Artificial Intelligence) - Heres a look at some of the technological breakthroughs.Heres a look at some of the technological breakthroughs. ...

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20:04 InsideEVs.com10 Cheapest Plug-In Hybrid Cars For 2019: Video

Toyota Prius Prime, Chevrolet Volt, Honda Clarity Plug-in or maybe some other PHEV? Automotive Territory released an interesting overview of the 10 cheapest plug-in hybrids on the market in the U.S., including pricing, range and a basic description. The PHEVs usually comes with a higher price tag than conventional versions and here are the most affordable […]

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17:32 TechInvestorNews.com2018 Was the Year That Tech Put Limits on AI (Tom Simonite/Wired News)

Tom Simonite / Wired News2018 Was the Year That Tech Put Limits on AI - As employees and researchers push back, companies including Google and Microsoft are pledging not to use powerful AI technology in certain ways. ...

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16:16 InsideEVs.comVolkswagen I.D. Hatchback First Drive By Fully Charged: Video

Fully Charged: “Amazing car” Fully Charged was present at the presentation and demonstration of the Volkswagen I.D. in South Africa earlier this month and, as it turns out, the upcoming electric VW did not disappoint expectations. The car feels already like a production model (still needs some refinements), but overall it seems that Robert Llewellyn […]

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15:11 InsideEVs.comHow Well Does Tesla Autopilot Detect Motorcycles? Video

The short answer: Pretty well, but don’t rely on it. One of the biggest concerns motorcyclists have about autonomous vehicles is how well they will detect us and avoid us on the road. Crashes involving autonomous cars have already happened, and the American Motorcyclist Association has taken a strong stand on the issue. A recent video by Scott Kubo shows us what […]

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13:43 RoboHub.orgHoliday robot videos 2018 – part 2

Happy holidays everyone! Here are some more robot videos to get you into the holiday spirit. Have a last minute holiday robot video of your own that you’d like to share? Send your submissions to sabine.hauert@robohub.org. For more of this year’s holiday videos, check here.

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09:45 TechnologyReview.comPresident Trump has signed a $1.2 billon law to boost US quantum tech

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05:47 News-Medical.NetResearchers develop artificial intelligence system to diagnose, classify brain hemorrhages

A team of investigators from the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology has developed a system using artificial intelligence to quickly diagnose and classify brain hemorrhages and to provide the basis of its decisions from relatively small image datasets.

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05:36 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Assistant was the smartest AI in 2018, but others are catching up (Brittany A. Roston/SlashGear)

Brittany A. Roston / SlashGearGoogle Assistant was the smartest AI in 2018, but others are catching up - Loup Ventures has published its annual smart speaker IQ test results, revealing how the four big personal assistant AIs performed when asked 800 questions each. Compared to the previous year, three products saw the biggest gain in IQ points and were able to answer a substantially higher percentage of questions ...

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04:15 ScienceDaily.comGut-brain connection signals worms to alter behavior while eating

Neuroscientists have discovered how neurons in the digestive tract of the worm C. elegans signal the brain to slow down when it encounters an area of plentiful food.

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04:15 ScienceDaily.com3D-printed robot hand plays the piano

Scientists have developed a 3D-printed robotic hand which can play simple musical phrases on the piano by just moving its wrist. And while the robot is no virtuoso, it demonstrates just how challenging it is to replicate all the abilities of a human hand, and how much complex movement can still be achieved through design.

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01:42 ScienceDaily.comNew AI computer vision system mimics how humans visualize and identify objects

Researchers have demonstrated a computer system that can discover and identify the real-world objects it 'sees' based on the same method of visual learning that humans use.

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01:21 ScienceDaily.comBees can count with just four 'nerve cells' in their brains

Bees can solve seemingly clever counting tasks with very small numbers of nerve cells in their brains, according to researchers.

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01:04 Improbable ResearchPlayboy (the German edition) interviews Ig Nobel Prize winner Kees Moeliker, discoverer of homosexual necrophilia in the mallard duck

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00:59 ScienceDaily.comThe brain's support cells show defective development in Huntington's disease

The neurological disorder Huntington's disease causes behavioral and motor changes, which among other things are a result of dysfunctional maturation or formation of glial cells, the brain's support cells, researchers demonstrate in a new study based on mice trials. The researchers' long-term goal is to be able to use the research results to develop a treatment for Huntington's disease using glial cells.

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00:37 ScienceDaily.comArtificial intelligence system learns to diagnose, classify intracranial hemorrhage

A team of investigators has developed a system using artificial intelligence to quickly diagnose and classify brain hemorrhages and to provide the basis of its decisions from relatively small image datasets.

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00:30 TechInvestorNews.comKill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsKill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment - New research is helping Alexa mimic human banter and talk about almost anything she finds on the internet. However, ensuring she does not offend users has been a challenge for the worlds largest online retailer. ...

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21.12.2018
23:33 NYT HealthGuitarist Has Brain Surgery, and Strums All the Way Through

Musa Manzini, a jazz bassist, was awake and playing slowly as surgeons performed an “awake craniotomy,” which allowed them to remove a brain tumor without causing damage.

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22:58 Nature.ComMicro-robots powered by chemistry grasp and creep

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22:51 Phys.orgPrivacy and other matters with Facebook's video-call gadget

There's a new category of home gadgets best described as screens for making video calls, listening to music and responding to voice commands for tasks you can also do on your phone.

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22:51 CNBC technologyThis dog-like robot can perform inspections without the help of a human

ANYbotics ANYmal robot can open doors, walk up stairs and perform tasks without human interaction. It just finished its second week of trials on off-shore converter platform operated by TenneT. tasks at

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22:27 NYT ScienceGuitarist Has Brain Surgery, and Strums His Way All the Way Through

Musa Manzini, a jazz bassist, was awake and playing slowly as surgeons performed an “awake craniotomy,” which allowed them to remove a brain tumor without causing damage.

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22:13 ScienceDaily.comChemists create new quasicrystal material from nanoparticle building blocks

Brown University researchers have discovered a new type of quasicrystal, a class of materials whose existence was thought to be impossible until the 1980s.

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22:13 ScienceDaily.comQuantum tricks to unveil the secrets of topological materials

'Topological materials' produce electron states that can be very interesting for technical applications, but it is extremely difficult to identify these materials and their associated electronic states. A 'crystal' made of light waves can now be used to deliberately drive the system out of equilibrium. By switching between simple and complicated states, the system reveals whether or not it has topologically interesting states.

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21:45 ExtremeTech.comMars Express Sends Back Stunning Image of Ice-Filled Korolev Crater

This isn't a new discovery, but it's the best photo we've gotten of Korolev crater.
The post Mars Express Sends Back Stunning Image of Ice-Filled Korolev Crater appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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20:39 InsideEVs.comVolvo Releases New Vera Electric Semi Truck Video

Will the Volvo semi become a new leader in the future of electric, autonomous semi trucks? Volvo has everything it takes to succeed in the electric, autonomous semi truck market. While it may be years before Tesla brings its all-electric semi truck to market, we’re well aware of its potential. Additionally, we already know that […]

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20:37 RoboHub.orgRobots with sticky feet can climb up, down, and all around

By Lindsay Brownell Jet engines can have up to 25,000 individual parts, making regular maintenance a tedious task that can take over a month per engine. Many components are located deep inside the engine and cannot be inspected without taking the machine apart, adding time and costs to maintenance. This problem is not only confined […]

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20:23 Nature.ComHow a major AI conference is attempting to tackle its culture problem

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19:10 InsideEVs.comNew BMW i3s 120 Ah Winter Video Shows Socket In Hatch

May be coming as a feature. The folks at BMW are getting ready to deck the halls and fa la la around the Christmas tree. We know this because they’ve just released a video (above) showing an i3s  — that’s the sport version of the i3 — venturing out into the woods to collect an […]

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18:57 Phys.orgImage: Hubble's cosmic holiday wreath

This festive NASA Hubble Space Telescope image resembles a holiday wreath made of sparkling lights. The bright southern hemisphere star RS Puppis, at the center of the image, is swaddled in a gossamer cocoon of reflective dust illuminated by the glittering star. The super star is ten times more massive than the sun and 200 times larger.

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18:46 Phys.orgBees can count with just four nerve cells in their brains

Bees can solve seemingly clever counting tasks with very small numbers of nerve cells in their brains, according to researchers at Queen Mary University of London.

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18:35 TechInvestorNews.comGoogles former AI chief is now an Apple VP (Engadget)

EngadgetGoogles former AI chief is now an Apple VP - Apple has added John Giannandrea to its executive team, less than a year after he left Google to join its rival. Giannandrea has been appointed as the senior vice president of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Strategy, a new role that shows Cupertino is getting more serious with AI development. ...

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18:35 Nanowerk.comQuantum tricks to unveil the secrets of topological materials

Topological materials produce electron states that can be very interesting for technical applications, but it is extremely difficult to identify these materials and their associated electronic states. A 'crystal' made of light waves can now be used to deliberately drive the system out of equilibrium. By switching between simple and complicated states, the system reveals whether or not it has topologically interesting states.

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18:35 Phys.orgQuantum tricks to unveil the secrets of topological materials

Electrons are not just little spheres, bouncing through a material like a rubber ball. The laws of quantum physics tell us that electrons behave like waves. In some materials, these electron waves can take on rather complicated shapes. The so-called "topological materials" produce electron states that can be very interesting for technical applications, but it is extremely difficult to identify these materials and their associated electronic states.

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18:24 CNBC technologySome of that viral glitter bomb video was fake, says the former NASA engineer who made it

Former NASA engineer and YouTuber Mark Rober confirmed that some of the reactions in his viral glitter bomb video were faked.

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18:14 Phys.orgOn the right path to fusion energy

A new report on the development of fusion as an energy source, written at the request of the U.S. Secretary of Energy, proposes adoption of a national fusion strategy that closely aligns with the course charted in recent years by MIT's Plasma Science and Fusion Center (PSFC) and privately funded Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS), a recent MIT spinout.

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18:14 Phys.orgEarthrise, a photo that changed the world

December 24 is the 50th anniversary of Earthrise, arguably one of the most profound images in the history of human culture. When astronaut William Anders photographed a fragile blue sphere set in dark space peeking over the moon, it changed our perception of our place in space and fuelled environmental awareness around the world.

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18:10 SingularityHub.ComEducating the Wise Cyborgs of the Future

When we think of wisdom, we often think of ancient philosophers, mystics, or spiritual leaders. Wisdom is associated with the past. Yet some intellectual leaders are challenging us to reconsider wisdom in the context of the technological evolution of the future. With the rise of exponential technologies like virtual reality, big data, artificial intelligence, and […]

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17:50 ScienceMag.orgVideo: 2018’s Breakthrough of the Year and runners-up

A video compilation of some of the biggest advances of 2018

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17:39 TechInvestorNews.comIn Project Mavens Wake, the Pentagon Seeks AI Tech Talent (Zachary Fryer-Biggs/Wired News)

Zachary Fryer-Biggs / Wired NewsIn Project Mavens Wake, the Pentagon Seeks AI Tech Talent - The Defense Department wants to use AI in warfare. In the aftermath of Project Maven, it still needs Big Techs help. ...

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17:39 TechInvestorNews.comCorinthians FC kicks off transformation with artificial intelligence (ZDNet Latest News)

ZDNet Latest NewsCorinthians FC kicks off transformation with artificial intelligence - A contract with IBM will see the modernization of the clubs stadium as well as game and supporter experiences. ...

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17:39 Phys.orgResearcher captures rare radar images of Comet 46P/Wirtanen

Barely visible to the naked eye, Comet 46P/Wirtanen keeps some secrets so close that only radar can uncover them.

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17:05 Technology.orgChinese Bot Anchor – Is it Taking AI to a New Level?

The perspective that the jobs are in danger due to the fast-paced advancements in artificial intelligence or robotics

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16:42 Phys.org'Kondo metamagnet' is first in a family of eccentric quantum crystals 

There's an oddball in most families, but Rice University physicist Emilia Morosan has discovered an entire clan of eccentric compounds that could help explain the mysterious electronic and magnetic workings of other quantum materials engineers are eying for next-generation computers and electronics.

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16:31 TechInvestorNews.comINSIGHT-Kill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment (Reuters: Company News)

Reuters: Company NewsINSIGHT-Kill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment - Millions of users of Amazons Echo speakers have grown accustomed to the soothing strains of Alexa, the human-sounding virtual assistant that can tell them the weather, order takeout and handle other basic tasks in response to a voice command. So a customer was shocked last year when Alexa blurted out: ...

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15:57 Technology.orgTrinity research sheds light on the workings of the unconscious brain

Research led by neuroscientists at Trinity College Dublin has found for the first time that regions of the

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15:35 AzoNano.comBoron Nitride Nanotubes Exhibit Potential Once Unstuck

Boron nitride nanotubes truly like to stick together. They would remain stuck if they weren’t very useful. But since they are beneficial, Rice University chemists have established that...

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15:35 TechInvestorNews.comMeet Apple’s new SVP for ML and AI (video) (Philip Elmer-DeWitt/Apple 3.0 - Philip Elmer-DeWitt)

Philip Elmer-DeWitt / Apple 3.0 - Philip Elmer-DeWittMeet Apple’s new SVP for ML and AI (video) - 21 minutes with John Giannandrea. 21 minutes with John Giannandrea, who was promoted to Apples innermost circle on Thursday. Excerpts transcribed from Giannandreas appearance at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017, six months before Apple poached him from Google. * Im a big fan of some of the ideas of Doug Engelbart, ...

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15:35 TechInvestorNews.comKill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment (Reuters: Internet News)

Reuters: Internet NewsKill your foster parents: Amazons Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment - Millions of users of Amazons Echo speakers have grown accustomed to the soothing strains of Alexa, the human-sounding virtual assistant that can tell them the weather, order takeout and handle other basic tasks in response to a voice command. ...

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15:24 Reuters.com Technology'Kill your foster parents': Amazon's Alexa talks murder, sex in AI experiment

Millions of users of Amazon's Echo speakers have grown accustomed to the soothing strains of Alexa, the human-sounding virtual assistant that can tell them the weather, order takeout and handle other basic tasks in response to a voice command.

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15:24 Technology.orgGrowing bio-inspired shapes with hundreds of tiny robots

Hundreds of small robots can work in a team to create biology-inspired shapes – without an underlying master

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14:51 Technology.orgBeyond the black hole singularity

Our first glimpses into the physics that exist near the center of a black hole are being made

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14:51 Technology.orgStudy links nutrient patterns in blood to better brain connectivity, cognition in older adults

A new study links higher levels of several key nutrients in the blood with more efficient brain connectivity

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14:51 Technology.org3D-printed robot hand ‘plays’ the piano

Scientists have developed a 3D-printed robotic hand which can play simple musical phrases on the piano by just

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14:06 Technology.orgGut-brain connection signals worms to alter behavior while eating

When a hungry worm encounters a rich food source, it immediately slows down so it can devour the

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14:06 Technology.orgMapping the brain, cell by cell

MIT chemical engineers and neuroscientists have devised a new way to preserve biological tissue, allowing them to visualize

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14:06 TechnologyReview.comWe tried teaching an AI to write Christmas movie plots. Hilarity ensued. Eventually.

Using a neural network to create ridiculous plot lines takes a lot of work—and reveals the challenges of generating human language.

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13:00 Technology.orgResearchers to use artificial intelligence, “big data” to locate and predict crime at sea

Researchers using artificial intelligence and “big data” plan to develop new algorithms that they say will enable them

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13:00 Technology.orgChemists create new quasicrystal material from nanoparticle building blocks

The strange class of materials known as quasicrystals has a new member. In a paper published on Thursday,

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13:00 Technology.orgArtificial intelligence may future-proof Danish healthcare services

These technologies can help people with chronic disorders and save billions in national healthcare services. Artificial intelligence, the

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12:38 TechInvestorNews.comSamsungs 2019 TVs could add Google Assistant AI along with Bixby (Engadget)

EngadgetSamsungs 2019 TVs could add Google Assistant AI along with Bixby - CES 2019 is right around the corner, and were preparing to learn all about next years major electronics releases. Of course that will include a slew of new TVs, and Variety reports that Samsung is planning a couple of upgrades focused on AI assistants and audio. While the company enhanced ...

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12:38 TechInvestorNews.comSnap, snap, hooray! Google Photos doubles Live Album limit to 20,000 images (Trevor Mogg/Digital Trends)

Trevor Mogg / Digital TrendsSnap, snap, hooray! Google Photos doubles Live Album limit to 20,000 images - Google Photos Live Album feature lets you automatically create albums containing particular people or pets. But it seems some users have already been hitting the album capacity of 10,000 images, so Google has just doubled it. The post Snap, snap, hooray! Google Photos doubles Live Album limit to 20,000 images ...

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12:38 TechnologyReview.comMachine vision can create Harry Potter–style photos for muggles

A clever algorithm animates characters in still images, allowing them to walk out of photographs.

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12:38 AzoRobotics.comSally the Robot Offers Vibrant, Fresh Food at Erlanger Children’s Hospital Kennedy Outpatient Center

Families visiting the recently-opened Kennedy Outpatient Center at Erlanger Children's Hospital can now enjoy fresh food from Sally the Robot. The robot, located inside the new Choo Choo Cafe, offers...

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11:31 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Photos increases Live Album limit to 20,000 photos (Nick Sarafolean/Android and Me)

Nick Sarafolean / Android and MeGoogle Photos increases Live Album limit to 20,000 photos - This October, Google Photos brought in Live Albums, a feature that automatically adds photos of specific people or pets to an album. The cap on Live Albums, however, was set at 10,000 photos and videos, with Live Albums refusing to accept new photos once the limit was reached. Within a ...

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11:09 Technology.orgHelping make brain surgery safer

A biopsy needle that can help surgeons identify and avoid blood vessels in the brain during surgery has

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09:51 Technology.orgFaint Glow Within Galaxy Clusters Illuminates Dark Matter

A new look at Hubble images of galaxies could be a step toward illuminating the elusive nature of

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09:39 News-Medical.NetScientists discover host of new and unexpected nanoparticles

Scientists from Russia and China discovered a host of new and unexpected nanoparticles and found a way to control their composition and properties the findings that break fresh ground in the use of nanoparticles.

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05:39 TechInvestorNews.comNew addition to Apple’s executive team shows how serious the company is about AI (Andy Meek/Boy Genius Report)

Andy Meek / Boy Genius ReportNew addition to Apple’s executive team shows how serious the company is about AI - The conventional wisdom among the tech cognoscenti has been that Apple lags behind rivals like Google and Amazon when it comes to its efforts in artificial intelligence -- that an Apple tool like Siri, for example, is easily outmatched by Amazon and Googles comparable digital assistants. And that Apple is ...

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04:21 Gizmag Autonomous Mars robots land in Morocco


It was a robot jamboree as three autonomous Mars rovers went recently through their paces in a Mars-like corner of the Sahara Desert in Morocco. Overlooked by over 40 engineers and organized by Germany's DFKI Robotics Innovation Centre, the meeting was designed to test automated navigation and other space robotics technologies at five different sites in anticipation of the day when planetary rovers are a routine part of space exploration.
.. Continue Reading Autonomous Mars robots land in Morocco Category: Space Tags: ESA Mars Robotics Rover

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03:36 ScienceMag.org‘Megalibraries’ of nanomaterials could speed clean energy and other grand challenge targets

Researchers develop high-speed approach to make up to 5 billion combinations of different nanomaterials in a single shot

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01:34 TechInvestorNews.comJohn Giannandrea, who Directs Apples AI and Machine Learning Strategy, has been added to the Compan (Jack Purcher/Patently Apple)

Jack Purcher / Patently AppleJohn Giannandrea, who Directs Apples AI and Machine Learning Strategy, has been added to the Compan - On April 4th Patently Apple posted a report titledl Bingo! Apple Hires Googles AI Chief, a move that should translate into Siri Catching up with Leading Digital Assistants. He must have impressed Apples Executives because today they announced in a press release that John Giannandrea has been named to the ...

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01:00 Gizmag Dinosaurs' noses may have air-conditioned their brains


The earth was a much hotter place in prehistoric times, so it follows that large heavily-armored dinosaurs likely retained a lot of heat in their bodies. A new study suggests that their brains were protected from overheating, however, thanks to a heat exchanging system in their noses.
.. Continue Reading Dinosaurs' noses may have air-conditioned their brains Category: Biology Tags: Cooling Dinosaurs New York Institute of Technology

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00:03 LiveScience.comBrain of Mysterious 'Little Foot' Human Relative Was Half-Man, Half-Ape

The brain of a very old human ancestor looks a lot like an ape's and a little like a human's.

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20.12.2018
22:40 ScienceDaily.comNew brain changes in early Alzheimer's disease

Researchers have discovered new changes occurring in the human brain in the early stages of Alzheimer's disease. The researchers used a multiomic approach to determine RNA, protein, and phosphorylation levels and carried out further neurobioinformatic analyses on them.

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22:33 TechInvestorNews.comApple appoints AI chief, who recently joined from Google, to exec team (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsApple appoints AI chief, who recently joined from Google, to exec team - John Giannandrea, Apples head of artificial intelligence and machine learning strategy, is now a part of the companys executive team. ...

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22:10 Phys.orgChemists create new quasicrystal material from nanoparticle building blocks

The strange class of materials known as quasicrystals has a new member. In a paper published on Thursday, Dec. 20, in Science, researchers from Brown University describe a quasicrystalline superlattice that self-assembles from a single type of nanoparticle building blocks.

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21:59 CNBC technologyThis robot picks a pepper in 24 seconds using a tiny saw, and could help combat farm labor shortage

Sweeper uses a combination of cameras and computer vision to determine if a pepper is ripe and ready to be picked.

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21:25 CNBC technologyApple appoints AI chief, who recently joined from Google, to exec team

John Giannandrea, Apple's head of artificial intelligence and machine learning strategy, is now a part of the company's executive team.

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21:13 CNBC top newsNobel-winning economist Robert Shiller: I'm worried about the market turmoil and possible recession

But the Yale University professor praises Fed chief Jerome Powell as "level-headed," saying he's impressed with central bank efforts to normalize interest rates.

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21:02 Nanowerk.comBeyond the black hole singularity

Loop quantum gravity is opening up a new paradigm in modern physics. The theory has emerged as a leading candidate to analyze extreme cosmological and astrophysical phenomena in parts of the universe, like black holes, where the equations of general relativity cease to be useful.

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21:02 Nanowerk.comFaint glow within galaxy clusters illuminates dark matter

A new look at Hubble images of galaxies could be a step toward illuminating the elusive nature of dark matter, the unobservable material that makes up the majority of the universe.

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20:50 Gizmag Huggable robot set to roll into your heart in 2019


Some robots are built for industry, others are designed to be eerily lifelike, yet more as toys and then there are the companion bots. The Lovot from Groove X is made to be loved. This strange creature out of Japan hosts a bunch of sensors that feed machine learning brains so that it can make its owners happy, as it rolls around looking for a hug.
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20:39 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Photos doubles Live Albums limit to 20,000 images (Engadget)

EngadgetGoogle Photos doubles Live Albums limit to 20,000 images - Google Photos is doubling the amount of images you can store on its auto-populating Live Albums to 20,000. Thats up from the 10,000 limit introduced with the features launch in October. Google has updated its support page to reflect the change, reports Android Police. In case you missed it, Live ...

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20:11 ScienceDaily.comBeyond the black hole singularity

Our first glimpses into the physics that exist near the center of a black hole are being made possible using 'loop quantum gravity'-- a theory that uses quantum mechanics to extend gravitational physics beyond Einstein's theory of general relativity.

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20:11 ScienceDaily.comFaint starlight in Hubble images reveals distribution of dark matter

Astronomers have employed a revolutionary method to detect dark matter in galaxy clusters. The method allows astronomers to 'see' the distribution of dark matter more accurately than any other method used to date and it could possibly be used to explore the ultimate nature of dark matter.

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19:41 Phys.orgVideo: How kimchi gets its kick

Kimchi, the fermented cabbage dish beloved in Korea and around the world, has a signature pungent, sour tang.

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